Rachelle Robbins might be new to the role of Athletic Director, but she's no stranger to school athletics. In high school, she was a four-sport athlete (basketball, softball, track, and cross country), and in college, she ran track and cross country at Concordia University, Nebraska. After her college graduation, she started her coaching career and now has an impressive resume, including 18 years as a track coach and 13 years as a cross country coach, plus a handful of years as a girl's basketball and tennis coach. Coaching has taken her from Nebraska to Arizona, Texas, and Colorado.
Some athletes dream about playing in college, and some athletes work hard and achieve their dream. This is why LuHi has always paired character development with top skills in our athletes, knowing full well that talent alone does not lead to success. Our athletes learn sportsmanship, integrity, and perseverance on and off the field, and that’s why we have graduating students each year who launch from LuHi’s program into successful collegiate careers.
The LuHi athletic program excels in developing athletes through serious competition in a team-centered environment to the glory of God. LuHi junior Ty Freedman shares this about his time participating in LuHi sports, “It has been an amazing time. The friendships I’ve made [on the field] are unforgettable and there is a strong feeling of Christian brotherhood.”
Scott Hormann has a long love of baseball. Although he loves a lot of sports and even played football in college, baseball is his first love. Besides joining the LuHi coaching staff as our new head baseball coach, he is also the Director for USA Prime Colorado Baseball and I am a co-owner of the Khaos Clubhouse indoor hitting facility in Littleton.
We are excited to have Ashleigh Fitterer as our new Head Girls Soccer Coach! Ashleigh has already been a part of the LuHi Girls Soccer Program for the past 4 years as an assistant coach. Ashleigh graduated from the University of Louisiana at Monroe, where she played D1 soccer for her whole college career. After college, she played for a semi-pro team until she experienced a career-ending knee injury. She has been coaching local club and high school teams since her junior year in college.
As Coach Mark Duitsman moves on to a new role in Arizona, Lutheran High is excited to announce Coach Josh Schneider as the new LuHi Head Girls Basketball Coach. Josh has been part of the LuHi Coaching Staff since 2018. He has served as both the assistant varsity coach for girls' basketball and the assistant varsity baseball coach at Lutheran.
It’s a competitive world out there when it comes to academics. Many students strive for a 3.0 GPA as a baseline average, and it’s much higher for students interested in attending a top university. Add to that requirements for standardized test scores, and the pressure really rears its ugly head. At LuHi, we’ve got a strong academic support system, and we like to remind our students to participate in a well-rounded life as much as they can. While there is a lot of pressure to perform academically, having an outlet for physical activity, as well as a place to build life skills outside of academics is incredibly important.
Lutheran High School is excited to welcome Matt Henning to the LuHi coaching family! Matt is taking over as the LuHi Girls Tennis Coach and will start his first season with us this spring season.
Pursue Excellence in Competition – Both on and Off the Field
Our Top Track Program
Lutheran High School’s track program has a history of success. Student athletes are breaking records and turning out champion performances every year. The track and field team is led by Coach Darwin Horan, who brings a passion for sportsmanlike competition to the training, along with a real desire to help high school athletes become the best versions of themselves.